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Community News

Winter Farmers Markets There are two more indoor winter farmers markets: April 1 and 15. The markets are in Town Hall, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The first outdoor market of the year will be on May 13. Appalachian Trail Slide Presentation On Friday, April 7, at 7:30 p.m. at the Norfolk Library, Sam […]

Indoor Farmers Markets Come taste the flavors of spring and support our local food vendors! Visit our indoor farmers markets on Saturday, March 4, and Saturday, March 18, from 10 to 1 p.m. at Town Hall, 19 Maple Ave.   An Evening of Storytelling and Poetry The Coffee House presents original works by local artists on Friday, […]

Community News—February 2017

African Drums and Dance Take Your Child to the Library Day is Saturday, February 4, and everyone is invited at 10 a.m. for a morning of African drums and dance. Soro Bindi, an interactive performance by Iddrisu Saaka that incorporates traditional African dances and songs with an exploration of Ghana, will introduce children to a […]

Community News

Men’s Tournament at Norfolk Curling Club The Norfolk Curling Club will hold its Calder Trophy Men’s Bonspiel from Dec. 1 to 4. Teams from all along the east coast will compete in this event. Spectators are welcome. For more information, visit www.norfolkcurlingclub.org.   Wreath-Making Workshops at GMF Come make a beautiful wreath with freshly cut greens, […]

Community News—November 2016

  Indoor Farmers Markets The Norfolk Farmers Market indoor pre-Thanksgiving market will be held Saturday, November 19, inside Town Hall (19 Maple Ave.) from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Find cheeses, yogurt, local meats, honey, maple syrup, fall vegetables and fruit, eggs—everything you can imagine for your holiday table!See norfolkfarmersmarket.org for last minute information and a list […]

Community News—October 2016

Farmers Market Continues Into October The Norfolk Farmers Market continues its outdoor season through October 8. Local meats, cheeses, fruits, vegetables, artisan wares, knife sharpening. Town Hall lawn, 19 Maple Ave., Norfolk. “Norfolk Through a Lens” at the Norfolk Library The library’s October exhibition presents the work of ten Norfolk photographers, coinciding with the publication […]

Community News—September 2016

Pie Sale Homemade pies will be on sale at the farmers market on Saturday, September 3. The sweet and savory whole pies will cost $15 each, and proceeds will benefit the Church of Christ Congregational on the village green.    Award-winning storyteller Bill Torrey at Norfolk Library Mark your calendars for Sunday, September 4,, at […]

Community News—August 2016

A Weekend in Norfolk A Weekend in Norfolk (WIN), where art, music and nature come together, will take place August 5, 6 & 7. See insert in this issue for the complete list of WIN events, or go to www.weekendinnorfolk.org for even more information.   Art Exhibition WaterWorks, a watercolor art school and gallery located […]

Community News—July 2016

Summer at the Norfolk Historical Society The current exhibition at the Historical Society Museum is “Hidden in Plain Sight: Artists, Artisans and Craftsmen of Norfolk’s Golden Age of Architecture,” featuring some of Norfolk’s beautiful architectural treasures and their extraordinary details. Stained glass by Tiffany and Maitland Armstrong, sculpture by August Saint-Gaudens, terra-cotta, faience, stone, wood […]

Community News—June 2016

Memorial Service for Evan Hughes Friends of Evan Hughes and Peter Ermacora are invited to a memorial service for Evan to be held on July 9, 2016 at the Church of the Transfiguration, Mills Way, in Norfolk, at 11:00 AM, to be followed by a reception celebrating the lives of Evan and Peter, at Battell House […]